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Could an 80A breaker be used in the main panel to feed a 60A main breaker in the subpanel? :confused1:
 

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Could an 80A breaker be used in the main panel to feed a 60A main breaker in the subpanel?

I know a guy who ripped a .1 pound fart.

He was a teammate when I wrestled in high school. He weighed in for the 189 pound weight class. He weighed 189.1. He stepped off the scale, laid down a fart that sounded like a tuba, stepped back on and was 189.0.
 

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Trick question...could you reverse it, feeding a 80A with the 60A?

Never mind...they’re both bad tricks.

12 gauge or .410?
 

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Are your hot dogs cooking right? :biggrin:
Will this new sub-panel be for them?:vs_laugh:

I'd say you probably could, but maybe asking Here would get you the answers you need... Maybe.
 

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You can't feed a panel with a breaker. You need wires.
Can you refill the wires if you've left the factory sealed smoke out of them? :blink:
 
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